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  1. Register Windows AutoPilot devices direclty in the Intune Azure Portal

    Since there is a management portal for AutoPilot devices in Intune it would be great if we could register the devices directly there. Instead of using the Microsoft Store for Business and then using the sync, which is only manual at the moment.

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    As of the October 2018 release, you can apply Autopilot profiles to enrolled Win 10 devices that have not already been registered for Autopilot. In the Autopilot profile, choose the Convert all targeted devices to Autopilot option to automatically register non-Autopilot devices with the Autopilot deployment service. Allow 48 hours for the registration to be processed. When the device is unenrolled and reset, Autopilot will provision it.

    Does that get you what you want?

  2. Allow the ability to easily reassign AutoPilot profile when a group change is made

    I have about a dozen autopilot profiles set up and assigned to specific groups (we have multiple locations and each one has a different naming convention, hence the multiple profiles)

    When moving one workstation from a group to another, the autopilot profile either updates 24-48 hours later or not at all. It is seriosuly easier and substantially faster to manually wipe the device, manually delete AzureAD, Intune and AutoPilot record and recapture new hardware hash, reimport, reassign and reprovision.

    If I move a device to a new AutoPilot assigned group, and I click SYNC, I expect the devices and profiles…

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  3. Synced from Active Directory Accounts cannot show Full Name in Windows Pilot (Azure AD Joined)

    Only In Cloud Accounts are shown Full Name in Windows AutoPilot at the end of the deployment via Azure AD Joined. Can it be made possible that Synced from Active Directory Accounts also shown Full Name after Deployment and not only Company name?

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    0 comments  ·  Autopilot/Windows enrollment  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  4. Import Autopilot CSV Generated with "-Partner" via Intune Portal / Store for Business

    Microsoft supports the Autopilot Device Registration for Surface Devices with "Serial# plus Manufacturer name plus Model Name" but without an Partner Portal im not able to upload an CSV without a Hardware Hash because the checking of the CSV Fails.

    Can you Implement an way to Register Surface devices this easy way without the Need of a Partner / Partner Portal?

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  5. Add existing devices to an Autoilot profile

    When Intune inventories a device add inventory for the H/W hash so that we can add devices easly to AutPilot from Intune. This is for Windows 10 devices that has been managed by Itune prior to when Autopilot came out or for customers that has not used AutoPilot, but has enrolled via bulk or 1:1 into Intune and wants to take advantage of AutoPilot in the futre.

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  6. Exclude Azure AD registered devices from MDM Autoenrollment

    When a device is Azure AD registered (NOT Joined) give us the abbility in MDM to exclude these devices from MDM autoenrollment. You can block Peronal Owned devices in Enrollment restrictions. But this is not very logical, and problematic if you have not enabled this features from the getgo. It would be more logical to exclude also AD Registered Devices / Personal Owned devices from MDM Autoenrollment.

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  8. AutoPilot Custom Name Option - Not Preset Pattern

    I like the idea that you can set a preset pattern for devices, but it would be nice for you to have the option in a AutoPilot profile where the end user can set the name themselves. We have technicians that generally enroll these devices and they need to be named a specific naming convention. We have 50k devices for teachers and students and they must be named a certain way.

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  9. Improve Windows application deployment

    I think Intune could really do with some work on the features that are required in order to make EM+S the cloud-first management platform that Microsoft want it to be. Along with some of the features that are five minute tasks in Group Policy but end up having to be implemented in PowerShell in Intune (I have no idea how admins coped before PowerShell support existed in Intune) it would be great to see proof that Microsoft realise that not every application is a nice modern bundle, or published into the Windows Store, or exists as an MSI that behaves…

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  10. Data copy tool for replace scenario

    Data copy tool for replace scenario
    We understand that MSFT recommends using One Drive for Business for this purpose. Yes, It works for most of use cases but not for all (use cases of restricted data). In the past, MSFT had Windows Easy Transfer tool but that is not available now. We need an simple GUI utility tool for transferring user data from one computer to another (assuming both computer are available in network). Tool should have capability to click and select folders, PST, IE, Edge, Chrome favorites, mapped network drives, printers. This tool will be operated by the end…

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  11. Imported Autopilot config should work like corporate identifiers

    Currently if you have device restrictions configured and deployed users are unable to enrol devices which is much easier to manage. The work around for iOS and Android is to add the device IMEI or serial as a Corp identifier then the device can enrol as a Corp device. Please make this the same for auto pilot imported info or add Windows serial to the Corp identifiers list... this is holding up a lot of deployments until it is an available feature that alot of customers are eager to see..

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  12. configuring windows hello autopilot

    Need ability to disable Windows Hello requirement during enrollment via AutoPilot. Currently, this is available if using Intune. After working with support, they explained this capability is made available to 3rd party MDM's but they must have this capability baked into their solution. Since 3rd party MDM enrollment is not completed until after completed the OOBE setup, this will prove difficult for most MDM providers. This should be configurable in the Autopilot enrollment policy or configurable via Azure AD. This is currently preventing us from adopting Autopilot.

    Per support:

    Provider/ProviderID/FirstSyncStatus/ExpectedPolicies
    Required. Added in Windows 10, version 1709. This node contains…

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  13. HardwareID in White Glove QR code during OOBE

    With white glove, you get an QR code with some ID. However, it doesn't contain the hardware ID/hash. It would be wonderfull if it did, because a deployment engineer could use a simple app on a smartphone to register the machine with autopilot and continue with the whiteglove deployment.

    E.g. create a button to show it when the device is unknown at any tennant.

    Using a powershell script after OOBE is completed is just cumbersome and timeconsuming.

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  14. Allow individual assignment of Intune AutoPilot profiles for devices added from the Partner Portal

    When I add devices for AutoPilot via the partner portal, the AutoPilot profiles that have been set up in Intune are not available for assignment. At the moment, it seems that, because Intune AutoPilot profiles are assigned via group, the profile doesn't get automatically assigned to new devices until after it has been enrolled (especially if using dynamic groups) which means that settings such as device name don't apply until the machine is rebuilt.

    Please could we either have the ability to assign Intune AutoPilot profile when we import it into the partner portal,

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    Please could we be allowed…

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  15. "Enroll On Behalf Of" for Windows 10/AutoPilot

    We are fortunate enough to have a deployment team at our company, and giving the techs the ability to enroll a Windows 10 device on behalf of another user in the company would ensure minimal downtime between transitions of new machines. In theory this would download all policies and software over a wired connection. Taking this a step further to allow this to work during the AutoPilot process would be great as well.

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  16. Autopilot Export doesn't output enough information to re-Import.

    The Export button in AutoPilot (Windows Enrollment > Devices) only exports what's on the screen. There is no Hardware Hash in the csv, and thus the Export is useless for re-Import.

    The Import and Export functionality should be bi-directional.

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  17. Restrict Intune device registration and enrollment to only Azure AD Joined computers(no Domain Joined)

    Allow Cloud based enterprises to migrate computers away from Domain Joined to Azure AD joined for modern device management. Currently cannot restrict Domain Joined computers from also Azure AD join. Need an Intune policy to control this.

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  18. Reset this PC should revert back to Enrollment Status Page if it is enabled

    If a device runs through Autopilot using the Enrollment Status Page, this ensures that the Intune Management Extension and Required apps are installed before the user logs in.

    However, if the same device runs through Reset this PC the user experience is different. The device lands at the login page and lets the user log in without the Enrollment Status Page. This can be confusing for the user while they wait for the Intune Management Extension and Required apps to install in the background.

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  19. Inform users when devices are added to the portal by vendors for autopilot

    When vendors add devices to the autopilot portal, inform people via email they have being added by email.

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  20. Windows 10 PowerShell to Query Compliance Status

    Recently, I have worked on scripts to automate post deployment actions for Windows 10 clients deployed with Intune and AutoPilot.

    There are a number of points where the deployment script needs to know whether the Windows 10 Client is compliant. I have yet to find any way of detecting the compliance status of the machine through PowerShell, WMI or COM.

    I could connect to Azure and query the compliance status but that would involve caching a powerful admin account in a deployment script.

    I would like a PowerShell command that I could run from a Windows 10 client using an…

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